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Summer Properties

“Summer afternoon – summer afternoon; To me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language” So said  the noted American-born English essayist, critic, and author of the realism movement  HENRY JAMES Born: 1843, in New York City, New York and died: 1916, Chelsea, London. Well – Mayfair this afternoon is 30 degrees and the market is hot so what better than our July Mayfair Market …Read More

Summer in the Square 2016

Summer in the Square returns for its fifth year. Transforming London’s second largest garden square, Grosvenor Square, into an urban retreat and a relaxing haven for the local community, offering a programme of free games, music, theatre, art and other entertainment in the heart of Mayfair. Offering a three week programme, providing something for all age groups, including a stage for music and theatre, the ‘Nook’ a quiet area, refreshments …Read More

The Little White House

Arguably the “most protected private home in Britain” is now for sale; the Little White House at 4 Blackburne’s Mews in Mayfair is located in a private gated mews complex that is adjacent to the American Embassy and within its protective perimeter. Currently, the Little White House sits inside the American Embassy’s security cordon that includes identity card access, patrolling US marines, 24 hour British police presence, checkpoints, anti-tank blocks …Read More

Scandinavian Family Home – Green Street

Behind the retained Queen Anne façade of a historic Mayfair mansion in Green Street the current owners have remodelled and modernised the interiors creating a 5,638 sqft contemporary Scandinavian inspired seven bedroom family home with direct access to the Green Street Gardens. Scandinavian inspired features include Appalachian bleached Oak floorboards, architraves and joinery; full height doors, glass atrium and open plan dressing and bathrooms to the bedroom suites. The result …Read More

Wetherell Exclusive : New 5* Hotel at 30 Grosvenor Square

Prominent British architect, Sir David Chipperfield has been commissioned by Qatari Diar to breathe new life into this significant mid-20th century listed building and reinstate this building as the heart of Grosvenor Square and Mayfair. Re-imagined in the spirit of its pioneering architect Eero Saarinen, the design retains the unique external façade, while putting forward a mixed use development to include a hotel, retail and event space. The proposal includes …Read More

Who Owns London – BBC News

Peter Wetherell discussing the ownership of Central London property with Olga Smirnova of BBC News “I have been invited on a rather unusual tour of London. It starts very close to the Houses of Parliament but neither Westminster nor Buckingham Palace are on the itinerary. Instead we are being asked to look out for a different kind of landmark, an apartment that takes up two floors in a grand building …Read More

Climbing Up to a 40% Discount?

If your hear of something that is too good to be true – then nine times out of ten or ninety nine times out of a hundred IT IS ! However the clue to this offer is in the word “climbing”. Wetherell have just reduced the price on a 3rd floor walk-up in Mount Street with side views over Berkeley Square. This 2 bedroom apartment of 1,702 sq.ft. is approximately …Read More

Hilton Park Lane Refurbishment

In the early 1960’s a block of period houses in southern Mayfair were demolished to make way for the `Marmite` of Mayfair buildings – The Hilton Park Lane, which opened in 1963 at a cost of £8 million and at the time the tallest multi-storey building in London. Today, London & Regional Properties have logged a planning application for the facelift of the building after nearly 60 years to create …Read More

Extinction of the Sub £1 Million Property

Homes priced below £1 million pounds are set to become totally extinct in Mayfair and the wider West End, with less than 5% of homes now sold in Mayfair priced below 7-figures; none priced below £750,000 and the majority sold (49%) now priced between £2 million to £10 million. These are just some of the findings of new 2016 research by Wetherell, with data analysis by Dataloft, the market intelligence …Read More

Le Caprice – Modern Garden

In celebration of the Royal Academy of Arts’ landmark exhibition, Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse, Le Caprice have partnered with Perrier-Jouët Champagne to bring a stunning, garden terrace and dining experience to St James’s. The exhibition runs from 30 January to 20 April 2016 and sees Claude Monet’s water lily paintings, the Agapanthus Triptych, brought to the UK and on show in Europe for the first time. For …Read More